The RNHA is a national membership organization. Membership applications may be submitted to the RNHA by all U.S. Citizens and legal residents, regardless of race or ethnicity, who wish to identify themselves as Republicans and work to further the mission and goals of the RNHA. We encourage you to apply for membership in the Republican National Hispanic Assembly.
The Frederick Douglass Foundation is a national Christ-centered education and public policy organization with local chapters across the United States which brings the sanctity of free market and limited government ideas to bear on the hardest problems facing our nation.
The North Carolina County Chairman’s Association provides leadership development for all district and county chairs and vice chairs.
The North Carolina Federation of Republican Women’s (NCFRW) mission is to positively impact our state and nation, while strengthening our Republican Party through recruiting, educating, training, supporting, and electing Republicans.
There are various North Carolina Republican Men’s organizations around the State. We encourage you to go to their website and find the organization nearest you.
The Young Republicans (YRs) are the oldest political youth organization in the United States. Important to the growth of the Republican Party, the YRs reach out to registered Republicans, 18 to 40 years of age, and provide them with better political knowledge and understanding of current issues.
The North Carolina Federation of College Republicans is an organization of over 3,000 college students on 21 campuses across the state. Our organization strives to promote the ideals of the Republican Party in coordination with students at universities and colleges all over North Carolina and build the grassroots effort. We coordinate efforts among all of our chapters to ensure that Republicans are an active and visible force on every campus.
North Carolina Teenage Republicans is a Facebook group of several High School organizations that are interested in Republican politics, philosophy, and campaigns. Check out their site for more information about an organization in your high school.